The Veterans Memorial Park is located next to the Conway Town Hall.
Proudly standing inside the curve of a brick wall are five granite blocks bearing the Army, Navy, Airforce, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard emblems.
Three flag poles stand guard behind the brick wall, proudly flying the North Carolina, United States, and POW/MIA flags.
The Battlefield Cross is located at the to back of the Veterans Memorial Park.
The Battlefield Cross is a rifle, pointing downward with combat boots and a helmet. A rifle, muzzle pointed down, is a memorial to the fallen soldier. The helmet is a symbol of great sacrifice, and the combat boots represent the soldier’s final march into battle.
Winfred S. Outland, Sr., and Janie Martin Outland. U.S. Army. Served in North Africa and Italy in World War II from 1942 -1945.
ALL GAVE SOME - SOME GAVE ALL
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